Bristow Nigeria invests over N100m in training of 20 NCAT graduates

Bristow Helicopters (Nigeria) Limited (“Bristow”), the leading global provider of industrial aviation services has once again taken a significant step towards its ongoing initiatives and commitment to training and human capacity development in the Nigerian aviation industry.   In an exclusive partnership with the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), and in furtherance of its commitment to the development of local Nigerian capacity and content, Bristow is investing over N100 Million towards the training of 20 qualified Nigerian National graduates at the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria.…

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Forgery: Court orders arrest of Innoson Motors boss, Innocent Chukwuma, 2 others

A Federal High Court, Lagos, on Monday, ordered the arrest of Mr. Innocent Chukwuma, the Innoson Motors boss, and two others, for their persistence failure or refusal  to attend court to answer a criminal charge against them by the Inspector-General of Police  (IGP). Others affected by the order are: Charles Chukwu and Anajekwu Sunny. Justice Ayotunde Faji, made the order while delivering ruling in a motion for for their arrest filed by the IGP through the Federal Ministry of Justice. Innocent alongside his firm, Innoson Motors Nigeria Limited company, Charles Chukwu, and Anajekwu Sunny…

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Covenant University lecturer docked over N141.6m fraud

A Senior IT lecturer at Covenant University, Otta, Ogun State, Owolo Onorouiohene Dan, was on Monday, arraigned before a Federal High Court, Lagos, on alleged fraud of N141. 632, 416.65 million. Owolo was arraigned before the court presided over by Justice Saliu Saidu, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on a three counts charge bordering on the alleged fraud. EFCC in a charge marked FHC/L/202c/19, alleged that the defendant committed the offence between December, 2017 and March, 2019. The charged which was filed by Rotimi Oyedepo stated that…

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SEC opposes joinder of Oando in suit by 2 CEO

Counsel to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chief Anthony Idigbe (SAN) on Monday, opposed an application for joinder, in a suit before a Federal High Court Lagos, by two Chief Executive Officers of Oando Plc, seeking rights enforcement. The suit was filed by the Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO) of Oando Plc, Mr Adewale Tinubu, and his Deputy, Mr Omamofe Boyo, seeking enforcement of their Fundamental Rights. Recall that on May 31, the SEC had ordered the applicants and other affected board members to resign, over alleged infractions. On…

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